Welcome to the Cahuilla Chapter, NSDAR
Webmaster: The introductory content which appears on this page of your site is kept in a centralized location. It will appear on your page, but not in the editor. If you choose not to use this content, let the VIS Administrator (firstname.lastname@example.org) know and she can remove the centralized content. This content can only be changed by VIS.
Any content you add to this page should go below the highlighted paragraphs you are reading. The paragraphs you are reading will not appear in the actual web page. Do not use the Heading 6 style for your content.
The Cahuilla Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR or DAR), is named for the centuries-old desert dwellers, the Cahuilla Indians. It is an old chapter, chartered in 1949 by 26 patriotic women who met in a private home when Palm Springs was a quiet, desert village. The chapter has grown from this modest beginning to a membership of over 170 Daughters in 2020.